The Home Rule Bill :
the whole bill in brief and what it really means, England pays: Ireland rules.
Anti Home Rule pamphlet giving details of what it would mean for England.
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London : St. Stephen's Press, [between 1918 and 1922].
Highlighted points include: 'Mr. Asquith is not a free agent. He is under compulsion from the Irish members', 'Ireland is to start as a Home Rule country in an insolvent condition' and 'It is no safeguard for Ulster.'
Physical description: 2 sheets ([4 p.]) ; 23 x 15 cm.
|Contained in:||Pamphlet volume A23015|
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|ILB 300 p 4 [Item 109]||Main Reading Room||Ephemera|
|A23015||Main Reading Room||Irish|
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